Complex Orthopaedic Trauma

NeuroPhysio provides effective rehabilitation to help people recover from orthopaedic trauma and surgery including joint replacements, fractures, ligamentous injuries and amputation.
Complex Orthopaedic Trauma

NeuroPhysio provides effective rehabilitation to help people recover from orthopaedic trauma and surgery including joint replacements, fractures, ligamentous injuries and amputation.

Our expert team can prescribe home physiotherapy programmes, gym-based exercise regimes, ongoing community rehabilitation and train care teams at any stage of a person’s recovery. Physiotherapy assessments are comprehensive and rehabilitation programmes are effective and centred around the needs of each individual that we see. We provide empowering, real-world rehabilitation that enables a person to maximise their recovery and return to the daily activities and interests that matter to them.

How We Work

NeuroPhysio is focussed on providing each person that we see with compassionate and aspirational orthopaedic rehabilitation, which realises their full potential and maintains our core values of excellence, integrity and empathy.

We offer domiciliary visits and community-based rehabilitation depending on the specific needs of the individual. No matter where the consultations take place we aim for success to progress beyond the consultation and to achieve meaningful changes in an individual’s day-to-day life.

Our initial assessments are comprehensive and will enable the person to have a thorough understanding of their problem and the best approach to address it. We will then discuss and agree a rehabilitation programme and recommend any equipment or specific approaches that may be beneficial. As each person progresses, we will review and adjust the treatment programme to ensure that it continues to meet the person’s needs.

Who We Help

NeuroPhysio orthopaedic trauma physiotherapists have extensive experience in helping people to rehabilitate from a variety of orthopaedic injuries including:


Joint replacements


Joint dislocation


Post-fusion surgery


Complex fractures (during and following surgical stabilisation)




Muscle tears and trauma


Severe cartilage injury


Ligamentous injuries (conservatively managed or following reconstructive surgery)


NeuroPhysio complex trauma services are specific to the individual’s needs.

We provide recommendations on a person-by-person basis which may include helping the individual to understand the nature of their injuries, providing pre-surgery intervention, ongoing rehabilitation or support to regain their functional ability.

Our services include:

  • Pre-operative Physiotherapy Assessment: To limit the impact of the injury on surrounding structures and strengthen muscles that will assist in the recovery process.
  • Post Operative Physiotherapy Rehabilitation: To maximise their recovery, independence and to promote physical and mental well-being.
  • Trauma Rehabilitation: To prescribe a progressive programme of rehabilitation which may include pain management, manual techniques, exercise and technology.

Find out how we can help

To make an initial enquiry and to discuss your requirements please contact us.


See what our customers have to say about us...

Helen worked with my 88 year old Mum following her knee replacement. I was very very impressed. Personable, knowledgeable, supportive, she got my Mum full mobilised and back playing bowls. She had her operation in November 2018 and was she was back playing bowls in January 2019. My Mum has now had a refurbishment of her replacement hip and I have no hesitation in going back to her and recommending her to others.

Karen Land

Excellent professional service! Helen really helped me with my injury. I would use her services again and recommend to family and friends!

Karren Rice Watercolour Channel

Helen is a great physiotherapist! She thorough, extremely knowledgeable and very kind. Despite being busy, I never felt rushed. If the need arises I will definitely go to her again.

Sussan Warren

Helen is a great physio with fantastic technical knowledge. She’s also a lovely person which makes sessions really enjoyable. Thanks for the help Helen! 🙂

Andrew Mcculloch

An inner ear problem last July that developed into vestibular neuritis led to problems with the muscles, nerves and joints in my neck which caused nausea, dizziness, vision problems as well as the usual aches and pain. In February I came to the Physio4 You team in despair. Rachel did a thorough vestibular assessment and was able to reassure me that the vestibular problem was resolved. I was then given Helen’s details for the neck issues. She has been a real Godsend. She is calm, friendly, reassuring and professional. After a thorough exam in which she listened carefully to my history of symptoms, she took time to explain what the problem was and a plan for treatment going forward. This problem has caused me real anxiety at times. She set my mind at rest that I will get better. I am still undergoing treatment but there has been a vast improvement. She takes time to answer all my questions and I always leave feeling so positive. I would thoroughly recommend their services

Jenny Shape